small art studio or darkroom ~ $295
$295 per month
Long term rental available July 1, 2018
|Dimensions||8.5 x 18.5 ft.|
|Square Footage||157.25 sq. ft.|
|Parking||Street parking (free)|
Visual Arts, Photography
Production / Fabrication
Available Aug 1. This is perfect if you just need a small project getaway space. Size 8.5 ft x 18.5 ft. It used to be a darkroom and has no windows, but does have a good vent fan to remove fumes, and has plumbing to easily add a sink in the room if you need it. Price includes everything except wifi access +$5/mo. The street car and 7/14 buses stop just a block away. Free street parking usually available within a block. Visual artists only, work space only (not live/work). Shared kitchenette, bathroom & utility sink are right outside the door.
If this space has already been rented or isn’t quite right for you & you’d like to be on my WAITING LIST please send me a message with ALL of the following info:
- name, email, phone number, website link
- minimum size you need, and max price you can handle
- ideal start date
- what materials you use (acrylic, oil, charcoal, etc)
- private space only, or are you interested in sharing a space?
- could you work in a space with no windows (with good ventilation), or do you need natural light?
- any other special requirements you have that might help me match you up with the right space?
$295 per month
All utilities and NNN are included in the rent, except wifi access is +$5/mo extra (low demand use only).
3-month’s notice rolling month-to-month lease, with first/last/$200 key deposit
1426 S Jackson St Studios
1426 S Jackson St, Seattle
1426 is an active visual artist building in Seattle, about 1 mile from downtown Pioneer Square. The building has 3 floors of studios, with approx 30 artists in private work spaces, mostly painters and mixed media visual artists. We have one or two open studios events each year which are very well attended. Artist services are offered by artists in the building including art classes, web design, graphic design & picture framing.
The 7 & 14 buses stop close by, and the new streetcar stops right around the corner on 14th. There’s also usually plenty of free street parking in the neighborhood within a few blocks of our building.